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|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by igbizen(m): 9:58pm On Aug 23, 2019|
Tumbulum:This your belief has it been tasted over time by people and they still have wealth? Check well those families who retain wealth for ages don’t behave or have this belief. Do your research. They spend when they can truly afford it.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by aremso(m): 11:24pm On Aug 23, 2019|
It is only death that can put an end to human pursuit.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by zamirikpo(m): 6:30am On Aug 24, 2019|
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Bamz(m): 11:35am On Aug 24, 2019|
Carpe diem? If you've been on this thread for a while, you should know how we roll here.
The most below summarises the disposition of most of us here, but there's no doubt that you may be an outlier
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Tumbulum: 1:10pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Bamz:I have investment on tb and I know that it's important to invest but at the same time life should be lived to the fullest. If I earn 3 to 5million per week I wouldn't mind blowing away 250k in a night as long as it is done once in a long time. I believe in calculated and wise spending but my dear the end result of money is not just for the money itself, the end result should be for good living, making oneself happy and having all the other good thing that money can buy.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Bamz(m): 2:02pm On Aug 24, 2019|
I believe in calculated and wise spending but my dear the end result of money is not just for the money itself, the end result should be for good living, making oneself happy and having all the other good thing that money can buy
Maybe I'm just bothered about semantics. You see how the paragraph above contradicts the one below:
If I earn 3 to 5million per week I wouldn't mind blowing away 250k in a night as long as it is done once in a long time.
Blowing money away seems like waste, uncalculated and unwise spending. Maybe I read too much inbetween the lines.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nobody: 2:38pm On Aug 24, 2019|
I just realized that the more money I make the less I want to spent on frivolities. I see potentials in every kobo. I only spend when I surpass my targets and it must be on an item that is equally on the waiting list. Growing up about 2014 and 2016, I will consciously put 500k In my pocket and wouldn't get home till it finishes. Sometimes 3 to 4 days despite the clubbing, Uyo is moderate spending. But when I realized every kobo has potential of bringing in money. Even at gun point I wouldn't try that. Am busy thinking of how to raise 500k from 5m for school fees this Sept as I type. The fun in life lies in the eyes of the beholder, that thing you call fun is stress to some other. I indulge in excess so that when I stop, you can't take me back. Right am building a billion Maura Empire from clean sweat so no distractions. Been there, done that. Now is time to focus after regretting wasting money in the first 5 years of my small hammer. If it gives you joy, do it.
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|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Tumbulum: 3:17pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Bamz:lol I can't stop laughing. Too much logic and reading in between the line
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Bamz(m): 3:44pm On Aug 24, 2019|
We're on the same page my friend. I compiled somethings on Amazon to buy weeks ago. I lost count of the number of times I had to go to that list to be sure I actually needed these things. Buying things or spending on a whim is almost normal when money comes but when you remember the efforts taken or risk involved in getting that income, you'll set your priorities right. I've bought things I didn't need but I figured all of that was a learning process for me. I agree that our spending patterns are a reflection of our personalities, since I don't club, I'd probably spend my money moderately on the things I fancy.
This thread has to be one of the top 5 threads on NL
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Jobac: 5:54pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Bamz:The bolded got my attention. Sir, how do you rock your evenings? Is it because of marriage or what?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Jobac: 5:57pm On Aug 24, 2019|
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Bamz(m): 8:16pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Lol I'm single. I'm an outdoor and natural person and I don't really fancy cramming myself in small spaces.
I hope you're not trying to saying there are no better ways to have fun asides clubbing. Variety is the spice of life my friend.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Jobac: 9:05pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Bamz:It depends sir, there may be other ways to have fun, maybe because I am also single and never going to marry and the kind of people I move with, I really don't know any. After running the street of Lagos from 5:30 am - 6:00 pm, the next thing is to cool off. The brain must be recharged and man need to shake body.
It seems you are not based in Nigeria; I can understand.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Finelinks: 9:18pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Never going to marry?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by RealityShot: 11:16pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Tumbulum:seeing the money growing up gives me the maximum happiness.
I even stopped my swimming hobby just to keep that 1k and add to mmf and Tbills.
D*MN! My account used to show negative (900#) once upon a time... And I used to be angry!
But today.. I empty my account into mmf and smile when I have no money to spend.
LOL... No girlfriend, no smoking, no drinking, no visiting "friends", no unnecessary journeys, no big treats..
JUST CANDY CRUSH AFTER DINNER and some MOVIES/VIDEOS
And a heavy dose of NAIRALAND /Seun
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by RealityShot: 11:19pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Finelinks:marriage is Not a must or compulsory.
World population has passed 7 billion people...soon there won't be enough land for agriculture to feed us.
Why add to that number?
Especially when the other party can walk away any day
And would just be controlling you like s/he owns you.
Marriage.. Pause their.. Make I make some millions first
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by hello66: 11:26pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Still want to run around Lagos I guess
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Justy100: 11:44pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Nice lectures but how do I know the most highest Tbills ?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by oluayebenz: 11:47pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Is life all about making money money and money?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by temi4fash(m): 11:52pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Who smoke and drink help
Your life, Your decision and your ways
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by temi4fash(m): 11:53pm On Aug 24, 2019|
Well, the moment It feels like I dont have money I panic
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by oluayebenz: 12:38am On Aug 25, 2019|
To be sincere
I also feel the same
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by globalresource: 2:48am On Aug 25, 2019|
Someone help to tutor on difference between money market and tbills and each pros and cons
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Jobac: 7:19am On Aug 25, 2019|
Finelinks:Nothing serious, it is not just for Jobac.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Finelinks: 7:26am On Aug 25, 2019|
Jobac:I don't understand.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Bamz(m): 7:58am On Aug 25, 2019|
There are several money market instruments in most Western countries, including treasury bills, commercial paper, fixed deposits etc
Typically, government and corporate entities use money markets as a means for borrowing and lending in the short term, usually for assets being held for up to a year. Conversely, capital markets are more frequently used for long-term assets, which are those with maturities of greater than one year.
Capital markets include the equity (stock) market and debt (bond) market. Together, money markets and capital markets comprise a large portion of the financial market and are often used together to manage liquidity and risks for companies, governments, and individuals.
So let's say I enjoy the thrills of bungee jumping, base jumping, and skate boarding, and you don't, your life will be boring compared to me as well. Adults make their choices. Your interesting life may be banal and pedestrian to me.
Marriage isn't for everyone I agree but sometimes maybe you just need one girl to sweep you up your feet
You're referring to secondary market rates then. You can ask the banks directly.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by igbizen(m): 10:57am On Aug 25, 2019|
Is it true that Tbill rate will likely go up to 15% by December/January?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nobody: 11:01am On Aug 25, 2019|
No vex, abeg which pastor prophesy dis one today?
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by dammy222(f): 11:37am On Aug 25, 2019|
Good morning all. Please who has an idea of Stanbic admin charges for secondary market.
|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by afroxyz: 1:08pm On Aug 25, 2019|
yiu are not living oga. you are just existing.
Money should be a means to an end and not an end in itself.
This is what the bible describes as the bottomless pit.
Insatiable accumulation of wealth to the extent you deprive yourself some fun once in a while.
What you gain at the sprint, you lose at the curve
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|Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nobody: 2:14pm On Aug 25, 2019|
Copy from Reno's wall:
Study money RELIGIOUSLY
Earn money REGULARLY
Lend money CAREFULLY
Borrow money RARELY
Invest money WISELY
Withdraw money SPARINGLY
Spend money PRUDENTLY
Sow money GENEROUSLY
Donate money SPIRITUALLY
And you will always have money ABUNDANTLY
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